"Soon there will be a Big Fat Something-or-other Wedding or a Bend it like Beckham from South Africa that charms everyone." Ster-Kinekor product manager Helen Kuun tells Andrew Worsdale about the distribution of <i>Malunde</i> and the potential for a Great South African film.
More than 70 representatives of the South African film industry attended a seminar by the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) in Johannesburg last week to iron out problems plaguing the trade, reports Andrew Worsdale.
Last week about 150 members of the film and TV industry met at the Sandton Convention Centre with their European counterparts for the first ever European/South Africa Film Symposium. Organised by the National Film and Video Foundation and the Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology at a cost of R1,2-million the three-day symposium was a think-tank on how the industry can develop.
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